When you’ve got money to spend your kids usually get treated. Gabrielle Union’s 2-year-old daughter, Kaavia, knows all about the benefits of having a rich mama.

Union bought her daughter a ridiculously-priced Valentino bag worth $3,790 on Sunday. She was quick to share this purchase on her social media.

The 48-year-old actress also shared a TikTok post of her toddler’s reaction when opening this bag. It was her first Valentino purse. We can only imagine that she will get plenty more.

“Not her sleeping with her purse,” Union captioned the video. At first, her daughter thought the bag might be a dress. Then she saw it and didn’t want to put it down. 

Some fans were overjoyed by this video, but others pointed out the obvious issue of buying a toddler something that expensive. She doesn’t comprehend how much it costs and would have probably been just as excited by something bought at Target.

“That purse could have come from Target and she would have reacted the same way,” on user said. Another chimed in to say, “Meanwhile I’m just tryna figure out rent and groceries.”

Union isn’t the only celeb who went all out to buy their baby expensive bags. Cardi B bought her daughter a truckload of bags totaling thousands of dollars as well. Maybe they are in competition with each other?

What do you think about celebs buying designer handbags for their children? Sound off in the comments!


Not her sleeping with her purse 😂 ##valentino ##thankyou ##kaaviajames ##toddlertok

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